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Picture relating to Werribee River - titled 'Werribee River Camp, Wombat State Forest'
Picture relating to Eumeralla River - titled 'Eumeralla River, Macarthur, picnic ground'
Picture relating to Cotter River - titled 'Cotter River Picnic Area - ACT'
Picture relating to Barron River - titled 'Barron River in flood'
Picture relating to Clyde River - titled 'Clyde River - NSW'
Picture relating to Barron River - titled 'Barron River a few days after heavy rain'
Picture relating to Cumberland River - titled 'Cumberland River'
Picture relating to Cumberland River - titled 'Cumberland River'
Picture relating to Cumberland River - titled 'Cumberland River'
Picture relating to Parramatta River - titled 'Parramatta River 2'
Picture relating to Parramatta River - titled 'Parramatta River 1'
Picture relating to Parramatta River - titled 'Parramatta River 3'
Picture relating to Parramatta River - titled 'Parramatta River 4'
Picture relating to Parramatta River - titled 'Parramatta River 5'
Picture relating to Parramatta River - titled 'Parramatta River 6'
Picture relating to Parramatta River - titled 'Parramatta River 7'

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Werribee River Camp, Wombat State Forest

contributed by PeterWhitehead, taken in 2004
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Bunding-Blakeville Rd, quiet picnic ground

Bonzle has pictures of Werribee River spanning 8 years taken from 2003 to 2011:

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